This year alone, Samsung had already launched quite a number of the Galaxy M-series smartphones with the latest being the Galaxy M21s and Galaxy M51.
Following the success of its M-series lineup, Samsung is now said to be prepping another M-series brand smartphone known as the Galaxy M12 which is expected to break cover somewhere during early 2021 according to reputable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer.
Along with its expected launch date, Steve also published the CAD-based renderings which revealed the front and rear design of the upcoming Galaxy M12 device.
At first glance, the device do shares a close resemblance to what we saw on the recently announced Galaxy A42 5G. Based on its renderings, the Galaxy M12 will be arriving with an Infinity-V display which is said to measure 6.5-inches diagonally, and has an overall footprint measuring 63.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm.
Over at the back, the Galaxy M12 sports a dual-tone textured design which looks different from the rest of the M-series smartphones in the market. On top of that, it also features a squarish camera housing boasting a quad camera system.
As for the actual specs of the device, they remain largely a mystery at the time being. However, we will definitely learn more about this device in the days to come.